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NDSS Symposium 2002

NDSS 2002

Network and Distributed System Security Symposium
Catamaran Resort Hotel
San Diego, California
6-8 February 2002

Pre-Conference Technical Tutorials

(Wednesday, 6 February 2002)

Choose from among two full-day and three half-day, highly focused technical tutorials conducted by security experts. Additional fee required.

Full day (08:30 - 17:00)

#1 Major IETF Security Standards: PKIX, IPsec, SSL/TLS, Dr. Stephen T. Kent
#2 Crash Course in SSL and TLS, Mr. Eric Rescorla

Morning (08:30 - 12:00)

#3 Building Secure Software, Dr. Gary McGraw Cancelled
#4 Wireless LAN Security: Problems & Solutions, Dr. William Arbaugh

Afternoon (13:30 - 17:00)

#5 Group Security, Dr. Thomas Hardjono and Mr. Hugh Harney Cancelled

Final Program

(7 - 8 February 2002)

Day 1 (Thursday February 7, 2002)

8:30-9:00

Welcome and Introduction

by Clifford Neuman (General Chair); Paul Van Oorschot & Virgil Gligor
(Program Chairs)

9:00 SESSION 1

Wireless Security and Attacks

10:00 BREAK (30 minutes)

10:30 SESSION 2

Anonymity and Intrusion Detection

12:00 Lunch (120 minutes)

2:00 SESSION 3

Defending Against Network Attacks

3:00 BREAK (30 minutes)

3:30 SESSION 4

Steganographic Content

Day 2 (Friday, February 8, 2002)

8:30 SESSION 5

Server-Aided Signatures

9:00 Session 5A

Invited Talk

  • Advances in the Pursuit of User-Friendly Cryptographic
    Systems by Mike Reiter, Carnegie Mellon University

10:00 BREAK (30 minutes)

10:30 SESSION 6

Certificates and Privilege Management

12:00 Lunch (120 minutes)

2:00 SESSION 7

Transport Layer Security

3:30 BREAK (30 minutes)

4:00 SESSION 8

PANEL - Software Security in Practice: The Emperor's New Clothes?

  • Moderator: Gary McGraw
    Matt Bishop, UC Davis
    Crispin Cowan, WireX
    Ed Felten, Princeton University
    Michael Howard, Microsoft
    Phil Venables, Goldman Sachs
5:30 End of event